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    Colonnade Bike Park - Seattle

    Hey everyone,

    I came across this on Pinkbike.com and thought it was a awesome concept. I wanted to see if there is any interest in the community up here to get something like this built in Anchorage. Thoughts?

    http://www.pinkbike.com/news/Colonna...Trip-2009.html
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    mark is that you? hell yeah, a park like this would kick [email protected]@. where do we start?

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    sorry man.....I'm not this Mark you speak of.......just a guy in search of some dirt jumps
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    Pictures don't do justice . . .

    I was in Seattle (with my bike) last spring. I rode the colonade a couple, three times. Their efforts is nothing short of amazing. Some of those features pictured were just getting roughed in then, but there were plenty of other lines and stunts to keep a riders smiling for hours! If you're looking to duplicate - expect a huge effort and lots of $$$. Oh, and three massive parallel sections of elevated freeway to shelter it.

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    janice towers to the white courtesy phone please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ak greeff
    janice towers to the white courtesy phone please.
    Looks more like a job for Walt Disney.
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    that place looks awesome, and i would be willing to lend a hand when i had the time. the name could use a little work though. sounds like some kind of kool-aid enema or something....

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    I was down there the day it "officially" opened. There are an amazing number of features packed in to a relatively small area. Some of them are incredibly tough to clean. There is even a small pump track.

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